The Company We Keep (2010) Poster

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nogodnomasters11 June 2019
Warning: Spoilers
The title has a duo meaning, both on a personal level, and attempting to keep a company. The story centers Teri (Nefetari Spencer) who manages a record label, one that has financial problems. She is engaged to Dwight (Stephen Bishop) who is a multimillionaire football player. She is attempting to promote Sean Starr (Jamie Starr) on a limited budget while laying people off and moving the company from Beverly Hills to East LA.

Teri does a number of asides to explain her feelings. This really doesn't do anything but highlight the inadequacies of the script. I found the characters to be flat and poorly developed. They branched out at the end instead of coming together, The script was flat also. It was a real yawner watching one poorly written and acted scene after another. A rather trite drama.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs or nudity. Brief sex/love scenes.
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